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ScreenSavrz Cover Protects iMac Displays without Flying Toasters

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There’s something to be said about taking care of your computer monitors, especially about the ones that come included in all-in-one computers. You can’t really change those easily when there’s something wrong with them, so it makes sense to be very careful, just in case.

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Apart from being spelled somewhat annoyingly, Radtech’s ScreenSavrz is a good way to protect your screen from physical damage. It’s an ultra-light, stretchy cloth cover for your iMac screen, designed to protect the display from dust and dirt when it’s not in use. It also doubles as a way to clean and polish fingerprints from your screen.

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You can get the ScreenSavrz for iMac for $39.95(USD) for the 21-inch model and $54.95 for the 27-inch model directly from Radtech in a variety of fabric colors. They also make covers for Apple Cinema Displayslaptops, and mobile devices.

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